At Sussex partnership, we want to ensure that when our service users come to us for treatment, we can set them on the path to recovery as soon as possible. However, as the need for our service increases, we find that our sites need to expand to ensure we can deliver beneficial care.
Mental health issues don't wait for you to become a certain age. Anyone at any age can face the battle. That's why it's crucial to teach younger people that it's ok to seek out help and it's ok not to be ok. Our charity, Heads On, wants to help get the message out there, which is why they have launched their new project to get schools talking this Mental Health Day.
While working at Sussex Partnership, our staff spend each day improving the lives of our users. Be it via patient-facing work or behind the scenes making sure that we ensure the trust provides the best care possible. Our staff do amazing work, which is why we believe that the working environment and rewards we offer should show our thanks. While working at SPFT, we want you to feel you're supported with whatever life throws your way.
When receiving treatment, visiting one of our sites can be scary for some service users. That’s where our Home Intervention Treatment Team comes in. We spoke to Lara Luxon, who works in the team as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, about her role and how treatment at home can be beneficial.
Day in the life of a Children’s Low-Intensity CBT Practitioner: How our team helps provide care in a school environment
School can be an overwhelming experience for young people dealing with their mental health. That's why at SPFT we want to help make the place feel a bit more supportive and give them a place to go if they need help. We spoke to Imogen O’Callaghan about her role as a Children’s Low-Intensity CBT Practitioner and how she works with schools via our Thought-Full team.
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